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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #8 on: Apr 29, 2013, 10.18 am
    Apr 29, 2013, 10.18 am
    I pair the phone with the bike as above when I am on my own. But the pillion likes to listen to everything going on including radio or music.  Therefore I Pair pillion as device 2 on the bike.  This means having to pair phone directly with headset and when I did it lost the bike connection?  It would be nice to plug the USB in to the headset and see what was paired where and even move stuff around but I do not thisnk this is possble?

    I have an SR10 for bike to bike as well which again I paired with my headset.  I might have to read the manual to decide which order to pair in.  I think the SMH10 could have been better as the pillion could then have her own music.  I do have a bluetooth mp3 player that I might pair with pillion only so she can have her own music.  (she does not seem to like my choices like travelling wilberries and clapton???)

    It is a shame the SR10 could not do multi pairing to become a sort of hub for everything.
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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #9 on: Apr 29, 2013, 04.26 pm
    Apr 29, 2013, 04.26 pm
    Got smh10 to pair with I-pad last and works fine so must not have paired with the bike .try again when I get bike back from dealer

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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #10 on: May 06, 2013, 08.42 pm
    May 06, 2013, 08.42 pm
    I did a total reboot of head sets and know working but have a lots of popping noise I the helmet .the smh10 keeps losing the link with the radio

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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #11 on: May 07, 2013, 01.45 pm
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    Might be a bad base unit.  My pariing was fine until I switched to the Device 2 port.  Now I get a cut out on a regualr basis.  Going to try a few experiments.  I had also paired my cell to the Sena so maybe something is up there.  When it is workign right you should not be getting any hissing or popping or of course losing the link.  Make sure the Sena is also charged up as well.  Do you have any other gadgets that might be interfering with the bluetooth signal?  Are you going to Cooperstown?  If so, we can work on them there as well.

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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #12 on: May 07, 2013, 02.04 pm
    May 07, 2013, 02.04 pm
    Yes going to Cooperstown ,riding up with Mike I think. No GPS yet so have to follow some one .

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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #13 on: May 07, 2013, 02.06 pm
    May 07, 2013, 02.06 pm
    I found when I paired the phone with the headset it cut off the bike even though I used the multiple pairing scheme.

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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #14 on: May 07, 2013, 08.00 pm
    May 07, 2013, 08.00 pm
    that's what i was afraid of.  I'm going to get rid of the phone.  I dont really want to talk on it while I'm riding anyway!

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    Re: Bluetooth pairing smh10
    Reply #15 on: May 07, 2013, 08.02 pm
    May 07, 2013, 08.02 pm
    *Originally Posted by Fast Ed15 [+]
    Yes going to Cooperstown ,riding up with Mike I think. No GPS yet so have to follow some one .

    do you have a GPS unit?  If so, I have a ball socket you can borrow that screws into the spot on the bars where there is a plug where a mirror would go.  you would need the power cradle for your unit etc.  We can talk if your are interested.  You can temporarily wire your GPS to a power source until you decide what to do.

     



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